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Plug in the device lsblk to find the device name of your usb device. Naming is /dev/sdXY. Where X is any english letter and Y is integer, typically 1. If the device was mounted, you will see the mountpoint, for example: NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sdb 8:0 1 15.2G 0 disk └─sdb1 8:1 1 15.2G 0 part /media/me/...


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There are two entries on line 38 of your /etc/default/grub.cfg that end up being merged into one variable: GRUB_FONT="/boot/grub/unicode.pf2"GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX=None You need to add a line break after the 2nd quotation mark (") before GRUB_GFXPAYLOAD_LINUX, or, since the resulting entry would be an exact duplicate of line 39, you can just delete that ...


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Make a bootoble Ubuntu cd using another computer, plug it in, start your system from USB and select "Try Ubuntu without Installing" from bootloader menu. From there, you can use Ubuntu to recover your files using Ubuntu's file manager. Plug another USB or hard disk or a usb and copy your files there perhaps. Or if you've unmounted your sda1 partition (you ...


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When using Ubuntu debian packaged kernels, I build arm64 kernels much like the following (you should be able to substitute arm64 for the armhf arch specific flags that match your target and cross-compiler). export ARCH=arm64 export $(dpkg-architecture -aarm64); export CROSS_COMPILE=aarch64-linux-gnu- fakeroot debian/rules clean debian/rules build fakeroot ...


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You put your zswap.enabled in the wrong place. Change this: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash" zswap.enabled=1 To this: GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT="quiet splash zswap.enabled=1" then "sudo update-grub" and reboot. If it doesn't work, it may not be available/compatible with 16.04. Please remember to rate my answer. Cheers, Al


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I manually deleted a few config files and initrd files with an old version number. Then I ran: sudo apt-get -f install linux-header... NEW VERSION Worked! Then to be sure: sudo apt-get upgrade


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I've run into the same problem. This is bug #1603719


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Let me share my experience with Dell Inspiron 7559 + Windows 10. First I had Windows 10 GPT (UEFI) preinstalled. Had the same splash screen freezing problem. Overcame it by specifying acpi=off kernel parameter (same as you did with nomodeset, but that didn't work for me, whereas acpi=off worked). I think I would be able to install Ubuntu then. But I ...



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